Kids festival in Edgware! All welcome.
WALTHAMSTOW GARDEN PARTY
SATURDAY 13 & SUNDAY 14 JULY 2019
12 NOON - 9.30PM (8PM SUNDAY)
MUSIC • DANCE • ARTS & CRAFTS • CIRCUS • FOOD & DRINK
Option A. Bike Ride Tour of Places of Worship
Departs Croydon Arena at 10am
OR from Smooth Bean Café, Dingwall Rd (opposite Box Park) at 10.30am.
Option B. Join a Motorbike ride to 'beat the bounds of the borough'
Departs from Smooth Bean Café, Dingwall Rd (opposite Box Park) at 10.30am.
Both Rides ends at 2pm at Park Hill Rec in time for a community picnic.
Option C. Skip the rides and just come along and enjoy the Interfaith picnic 2-5pm.
Once again, our picnic is also a 'Great Get Together' in honour of Jo Cox MP.
If you are on Twitter, we are tweeting about the event under @shujosh and @fticroydon
Read an event review https://thecroydoncitizen.com/politics-society/croydon-interfaith-bike-ride-2017/
Here are some videos of our previous rides!
Croydon Cycle Festival - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeUN8_1kzgk
The event is part of our 'Changing the Culture Initiative' to tackle gender-based violence, harassment and hate crime. We know these issues are important to you and so we really want you to come and be part of the conversation! There will be opportunities for you to meet the student producers of their truly inspiring work and for you to vote for the strongest campaigns.
Find volunteering opportunities and meet other volunteers at the Brent Cross Shopping Centre in Barnet on Monday 3rd June
This year’s Volunteers’ Fair is about shouting about our wonderful volunteering community and making it more visible in the Borough. Barnet is strengthened by its interlinked network of community groups, organisations and individuals who work together harmoniously to make it a better place. If you’ve not already, Monday 3 June 2019 is your chance to become part of the positive change that these residents are creating.
We will also be celebrating Barnet's unique diversity. As the London Borough with the highest population, Barnet is a melting pot of faiths and ethnicities. With the socio-economic challenges we face today, it’s important we celebrate our ability to work together in one community. We will be teaming up with the Jewish Volunteering Network (JVN) to bring you the Volunteers’ Fair; working together to inspire inclusive volunteering across the Borough.
The Fair, which will take place at the bustling Brent Cross Shopping Centre, is an opportunity for everyone in the community to meet and build a better Barnet. In addition to celebrating our veteran volunteers, this event is a chance to inspire people to volunteer and welcome newcomers. If you want to find out how to get involved and donate your time, this is the perfect opportunity to find out more.
Every hour of volunteering counts, so whether you microvolunteer at the fair or find a more regular role, your attendance makes a difference. There will be the opportunity for individuals to meet organisations and find out more about their volunteering roles. If you are an organisation and would like to have a stall at the fair, let us know.
It’s drop in so come whenever! Sign-up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/barnet-volunteers-fair-2019-tickets-60123043642
You are invited to the 2019 akt Youth Conference in London!
The akt Youth Conference is a day of workshops, panels and meeting other young people from all over the UK. This year's theme is 'Building Stronger Communities'.
The day will take place in Central London.
If you are LGBTQ+, 16-25 and in the UK, we would love for you to join us! The day is free to attend and your travel costs can be covered.
Find out more on their website: akt.org.uk/youth
Contact Zoe: firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Realities, a youth-led organisation tackling teenage abusive relationships by addressing the root causes, creatively and compassionately, are putting on an event on the 28th May. Talk and Chill will be a chance for young people to get together and discuss ways #EndYouthDomesticAbuse in a fun and engaging way.
Thursday May 30th 2019 @ NW9 Nails, Grahame Park The Old Library, The Concourse, Colindale, NW9 5XB
This half-term we are opening the spaces to ALL to encourage the broadening of our fantastic community of young women.
We will be open to young women and girls, professionals, and the community to come along and get involved.
The SOUP format was started in Detroit several years ago, by Amy Kaherl, to endorse and support community projects that were in need of funding. By bringing people within the community together, she has seen relationships flourish across business, art, music and charity. We are inspired to bring this concept to Hackney.
Hackney crowdfunding dinner.
4 pre-selected projects have four minutes to share their idea and answer 4 questions from the diners. Food is served after the presentations, giving people time to discuss and vote.
The projects can be about ANYTHING! No restrictions.
SOUP is a place for people to gather and to feel safe. Each individual who walks through the door is agreeing to grant the money to the project they think is most deserving through democracy and critical conversation. At the end of the evening people will vote on the project they think is most worthwhile. The winner will recieve all the money donated through tickets + Our/London Vodka will match the pot. We then ask past winners to come back in a few months to share with the community what they did with the money.
Entry is by donation, we will be adding up the total donations to be awarded to the winning project at the end. Our/London Vodka will match donations to contribute towards the fund.
How do we think and feel about our bodies? Let's talk body image and mental health with expert speakers in central London on 16th May. Hosted by the brilliant Sikh Forgiveness.
Come and meet the amazing Gurpreet Kaur, Juggy Sidhu (the Indian Body coach) and Sonal Shah all who make individuals find the positivity and colour in their lives, but to be physically and mentally healthy human being.
IGC presents the first ever interfaith Iftar. Let’s celebrate what unites us over food, friendship and dialogue.
Come and join for tea and biscuits at Burnt Oak Church Hall in North London - April 23rd at 1pm. A chance to meet new people and engage in interesting conversation!
When was the last time you met someone new in your community?
Burnt oak women’s group in North London is dedicated to bringing people of all backgrounds together to chat over tea and biscuits, share their experiences and get to know one another better.
Everyone welcome to this informal and friendly get together!
1:00-2:45pm 25th April 2019
St Alphage Town Hall, Montrose Ave, London HA8 0DN
Hear from experts and community voices about the discrimination, bullying and anti-Muslim prejudice experienced by children in schools.
About this Event
Tell MAMA, the only national and independent monitor of anti-Muslim hate crime, would like to invite you to a public discussion on Islamophobia and anti-Muslim prejudice in schools. Tell MAMA provides confidential assistance to those who experience anti-Muslim prejudice, abuse, racism, discrimination, and Islamophobia in the UK. Our groundbreaking research is shaping government policy, including the Hate Crime Action Plan.
We are looking to hold an event which aims to empower parents, students, and teachers to better understand how to deal with examples of Islamophobic and anti-Muslim bullying, racism and discrimination. Discussions will also cover the complaints processes in schools, how to talk to children about bullying, and how the Equality Act 2010 can challenge discrimination in schools.
We have a range of speakers from the Department of Education, civil society organisations and experts in the field of education.
We look forward to having you with us on the day, to secure your place, please RSVP to: email@example.com
Working together to create a culture of resisting and overcoming hate
About this Event
An opportunity for us to come together, reflect on what we heard during Hate Crime Awareness Week, what actions have since been taken and what more needs to happen. We will share learning and plan the next steps.
Through shedding light on community experiences and how residents, the voluntary sector and public organisations are responding to what is happening on the ground we are finding ways to prevent the conditions that give rise to hate crime and together we are creating a culture of resisting and overcoming hate.
Link to the Eventbrite here.